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Hardcover, 170 pages
Published 2007 by Berlin Verlag
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May 26, 2009 Juliane rated it it was amazing
The Hungarian writer Peter Nadas tries to illustrate some kind of search for clues with photos and outlines of that building in the hills of Buda where the Hungarian secret police did there inhuman interrogations. That hexagonal room with the cushioned door, which was described by Bela Szasz in his "Volunteers for the gallows". Peter Nadas tries to remind us to the crimes committed in the communistic Hungary. This book contains also some other interesting essays about the (post)-communistic ...more
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Hungarian novelist, essayist, and dramatist, a major central European literary figure. Nádas made his international breakthrough with the monumental novel A Book of Memories (1986), a psychological novel following the tradition of Proust, Thomas Mann, and magic realism.

Péter Nádas was born in Budapest, as the son of a high-ranking party functionary. Nádas's grandfather, Moritz Grünfeld, changed h
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